Diversity Management and the Postdiversity Vision: An Applied Pragmatist Approach:

Published on Apr 28, 2020in Armed Forces & Society
· DOI :10.1177/0095327X20920311
Thomas P. Galvin (United States Army War College), Charles D. Allen4
Estimated H-index: 4
(United States Army War College)
The U.S. Military institutionalized diversity management to ensure equality of treatment and opportunity for members while eliminating discrimination in all its forms. But progress toward diversity...
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